In the previous 12 months, at least 30 people were fired or resigned after they were publicly accused of sexual assault, the newspaper said. Among them is former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, who was fired in April 2017, which was cataloged by the “New York Times” as “(tremor) premonitor”
About 200 powerful men have lost their jobs since the beginning of the #MeToo movement to address sexual abuse and harassment almost a year ago, according to an analysis presented today by “The New York Times.”
In almost half of the cases, these men were replaced by women, the newspaper said. In addition, at least 920 people reported being victims of these men.
The #MeToo movement emerged following revelations about the inappropriate behavior of film producer Harvey Weinstein in October 2017.
In the previous 12 months, at least 30 people were fired or resigned after they were publicly accused of sexual assault, the newspaper said. Among them is the former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, who was fired in April 2017, which was classified by the “New York Times” as “(tremor) premonitor.”
Forty-three percent of the men who were fired or resigned a year ago were replaced by women. Of these, a third work in the media, a quarter in government and a fifth in the field of entertainment or culture, according to the newspaper’s analysis.
In addition, the NYT revealed that there were also reports of harassment or abuse by women. “The appointment of a woman does not guarantee that something will change,” the newspaper said.
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